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Windows 10’s Timeline feature is going away – The Verge

Microsoft is removing its Windows 10 Timeline feature, which promised to sync activity between different devices — and particularly, between iOS and Android phones…

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A logical change, given the discontinuation of the iOS and Android Cortana apps
Windows 10 is officially losing its once-ambitious Timeline feature, Microsoft announced today. Timeline, first launched in 2017, was designed to make it easier for users to swap between multiple devices transitioning seamlessly from a Windows 10 PC to an Android or iOS phone and back again.
Its no surprise that Timeline is getting deprecated: it was a feature that heavily relied on Microsofts Cortana assistant, which…

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